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Sugarbush, 12/13/08

post #1 of 12
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I'll keep it concise and to the point: good stuff.














post #2 of 12
Damn you BMM! We were supposed to be there today so your pics are torturing me.
post #3 of 12
Great pics BMM. Sugarbush looks to be in great shape for early Dec.
post #4 of 12
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Yeah, we held up pretty well when Killington and below got quite a lot of ice and rain. We did have our share of crust, but it has all skied in very very nicely. Good skiing out there today.

Thin in spots, and a little "noisy" in spots, but overall very good.
post #5 of 12
It's like little bits of Rumble are peeking through the woods just to taunt me. "Here I am, full of soft fluffy snow, come ski me if you think you can.
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It's like little bits of Rumble are peeking through the woods just to taunt me. "Here I am, full of soft fluffy snow, come ski me if you think you can.


I didn't ski Rumble today. I've skied it plenty of times, and since I live here... I figure I'll wait til there's enough base in there to actually SKI it!

Middle Earth was great, though! And Spillsville was to die for! And then there was Twist. And Ripcord. And even Upper Birdland!
post #7 of 12
Pretty blue bumps. Shadow of ridge matching rhythmic undulations. Only identifiable bumpers snowboarders.
post #8 of 12
does sugarbush groom any of their more difficult terrain? im going their over new years with my gf and she will kill me if its all bumps lol
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does sugarbush groom any of their more difficult terrain? im going their over new years with my gf and she will kill me if its all bumps lol

Some, but not much. At least Organgrinder will probably be groomed. Likely a couple others for the holiday period. But often a great deal of the advanced and expert terrain remains ungroomed.
post #10 of 12
Organgrinder is a great trail for people who like carving down a steep groomer.
post #11 of 12
I was up there from Thurs-Sun with a group from PA and the conditions were good Sat and Sun Thurs and Fri were a little interesting but that's east coast skiing. Nice pics!
post #12 of 12
wow, conditions look great. im going to be up there for February break, should be amazing by then
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